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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 4 July 1860

BY S. B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1860. VOL 6.-NO, 45. GIVE HE THE PEOPLE. Some love the glow of outward show, gome love mere wealth, and try to win it , The house to me may lovely be, If I but like the people in it that's all the gold that It'rSu?IJ;fti;n , When linked to hard or haughty feeling f Whateer weer told, the nobler go d Is truth of hoart and manly dealing. Then lot them seek whose minds are weak, UtrO fashion's smile, and try to win it; The house to me may lowly be, II but like the peoplo in it! A lowly roof may give us proof That lowly flowers are often fairest ; And trees whose bark is hard and dark May yield us fruit, and bloom the rarest. There's worth as sure 'neath garments poor, As e'er adorned a loftier station , , And minds as just as those, we trust, Whose claim is but of wealth's creation. Then let them seek, whose minds aro weak, .. .Slerefashion's smile, and try to win it; The House to me may lowly be, If I but liSe the people in it. $HE BOR...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 4 July 1860

I! 11 5 f: i '. '3 't. -.1 glaftsmmtfg jflurnal S. B. BOW, EDITOR ADD PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., J ULY 4, 18G0. . FOR PRESIDENT, HON. ABRAHAM LINCOLN, -.: or Illinois. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, . HON. HANNIBAL HAMLIN. OP MAINE. FOR GOVERHOR, HON. ANDREW O. CURTIN, of Centre Co. UNDER WHICH KING. The nomination of two Presidential tickets by the Democracy at Baltimore," threw the faithful into the worst dilemma they have ever experienced. They were at a loss to know which of the two they should support whether they should go lor Douglas, or for Brecken ridge and several days passed before any con siderable number would commit themselves. Their newspaper editors were the most sorely puzzled of all, and made all sorts of excuses for postponing any decided expression of opin ion until they could, like a cettain Uoosier politician, get "moar light on the subject." Oar neighbor of the Republican seems to have been in this category ; but we presume that by this time be has consulted the proper...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 4 July 1860

THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, FA., JULY 4, 1860. Ock Papeb. The Journal is issued this week one day in advance of the regular time, In order that all hands connected with the es tablishment may have the 4th to themselves. By an advertisement in another colnmn it will be seen that M. & T. H. Forcey have dis solved partnership in the Mercantile business itt Grahamton. The business will hereafter W carried on by Thos. H. Forcey. Mr. A. Sandersos, an authorized Agent of the American Tract Society, is traversing the county for the purpose of awakening the at tention of the Christian community to the character and aims of the institution, and of distributing publications. Tho object is a laudable one.and we trust Mr. Sanderson will bo kindly received in every part of our coun ty that ho may visit. COUET PROCEEDINGS. John Thompson ti. Wise, Pusey $ Wise and Beidleman $ Hayward. Feigned Issne. Ver dict for Plaintiff for all the goods in tho store at the time ot the sale to John D. Thompson a...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 4 July 1860

Til iMiOMra MM I! r i - 'i 1 1 Mi I 4 ill 'i'k "i ft J - 4 From the Chicago Tribune. campaign Bgyo. There's an old plow hoss' whose name is 'Dug,' Du'da, da da, ' He's short and thick a regular "plug," , ' Du da, da da day. CHOHC8. We're bound to work all night, We're bound to work all day, . I'll bet my money on the Lincoln "Loss," Who'll bet on Stephen A ? The "Little plug" has had his day, I Da da, du da, He's out of the ring by all fair play, Da da, da da day. . Chorus We're bound, &c. He tried his best on the Charleston track, Da da, da da, Jack." But couldn't make time with bis "Squatter Da da, du da day. Chorus. "Old Abraham" 's a well bred nag, Da da, du da, Ilia wind is sound he'll never lag, Da da, da da day. Chorus. In '58 he tried his gait, ' ' Du da, da da, lie trotted Douglas through the State, Da da, da da day. Chorus. In '60 now we're going to trot, , Da da, da da, So "plank" your money on the spot, Da da, da da day. Chorus. The "Lincoln boss" will never fail, Da...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 July 1860

"ta bm 1 1 , , , , . . . , , 1 J . 1 BY S. B. ROW. CLEARHELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1860. VOL. G.-JYO, 46. 1 OLD A WD NEW THINGS. r When iny good mother was a girl Say thirty year agd- Young ladies then knew how to knit - As well as how to sew. - -Toang ladies' then could spin and weave,- ;" -. - Could bake, and brew, and sweep ; - i Could sing and play, and dance and paint, - And eould a secret keep. ,! Toung ladies then were beautiful jit ny beauties now . Tet they could rake the new mown hay, Or milk the "brindle ow." Young ladies then wore bonnets, too, And with them their own hair ; They made them from their own good straw, And pretty, too, they were. Young ladies then wore gowns with sleeves Which would just hold their arms ; And did not have as many yards As acres in their farms. Young ladies then oft fell in love, And married too. the men ; While men with willing heart3 and true, Loved them all back again. Young ladies now can knit and sew, And read a pretty book : Can si...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 July 1860

the Mttmiwm 4Mmm ?1 -'i ? m fc:,!f P it 3 I f 3 I 11 i -I a. b. bow, criToa asd pr.orRiETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., JULY 11, 1800. TOR WtESIDEXT, HON. ABRAHAM LINCOLN, Or ILLINOIS. ' ' ' . rOR TICE TRESIDET, nON. HANNIBAL HAMLIN. OF main e. . , FOR GOVERNOR, .. HON. ANDREW G. CURTIN, of Centre Co. County Convention. .', The members of the Pcoplo's Party of Clear field county are requested to meet in convention '. At the Town Hall in Clearfield, OH FRIDAY, THE 3d DAY OF AUGUST, 1860, at 1 o'clock P. M., lor the purpose of nomina ting a County ticket, taking action in regard to Congressional and ' Representative candi dates, and transacting snch other business aa may be deemed necessary. . According to the plan of organization adopted last year, erry member of the party can attend as a delegate, and have a voice, in proportion to the num ber of rotes hia district polled for our candi date at the last election. It is hoped that every district will be represented. By order of the County Commi...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 July 1860

"'" w ' -gat'i- i in i i'i ''i ii iti'nr i "TTi "? i THE JOURNAL: . CLEARFIELD, PA., JTJLT 12, 1860. E. A. Irrw has reccired at the Corncr Store," Cnrwensville, fresh supply of Sum taer Goods. Sec advertisement. . Scuoxoci Nonce By Divine permission, the Re. Samuel Miles will preach in the Bap. t!st church next Sabbath, at 11 o'clock, when the Lord's supper will be celebrated. Nrw Srocr. Wo direct special attention o the advertisement of Matthew Forcee, who has received anew stock of Seasonable Goods t the old stand in Bradford, which he offers to purchasers on very advantageous terms. Tall Timotht. Several tall stalks of tim othy, which grew on the farm of Mr. Allen Mitchell in Lawrence township, were left at "vnr office a few days since. They wore cut eff at the first join t, about 4 Inches above the t ronnd.and yet some of them measured C feet 9 lachos la length. Da. A. M. Hills desires to notify his fi lends Dd patrons in the vicinity of Glon Hope that t.u will be at Harris Gree...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 July 1860

LINCOLN AND HAMLIN. The war drama tre beating; . Prepare fortbeflgtt! The people are gathering In strength and In raigbt ; ' Fling oat your broad banner Against the blue sky, With Lincoln and Hacilin - We'll conquer or die. The clarion is sounding From inland to shore i ; Your sword and your lancei - Must slumber no more ; The slaTe-driring minions, See, see, how they fly i With Lincoln and Hamlin ' We'll conquer or die. March forth to the battle, All fearless and calm ; The strength of your spirit Throw Into your arm ; With ballots for bullets, Let this be your cry : With Lincoln and Hamlin We'll conquer or die. " CocumTt Fool Her. The Lafayette, Ind., Courier tells an amusing story of Borne young ladies and gents of that place, who were taking a social walk near the cemetery, when a ghost appeared. They all ran but one sturdy wo man of the strong-minded class, who stood to her post, and seizing it, she thrust out of his frightful disguise, a mischievous fellow who had beard the pr...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 18 July 1860

BY S. B. ROW. t CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, I860. YOL. 6.-N0. 47. . ; constancy. . r 'Tis sweet to know we have a friend, . Unwavering as the sea-girt rock ; ,.; - Where storms in rain their fury spend, '.' ,And nanght belt waves roll from the shock. Unmoved, unflinching, there it stands, (Though ocean's waves around it roar,) , Unlike the gay coquettish sands, -That fparkle on the distnst shore. .And such a friend methinks is mine, At pure as is the morning dew : - -Unchanging with the change of time, .As constant as the rock is true. - nr BEQUEST. THE REJECTED. , The little grey Gothic church lay in the broad light of the tnoon, with its thick clus ters of ivy and creepers mantling the diamond paned windows. The soft autranat haze rose iliin and sparkling in the moonbeams, and seemed like a silver veil which Nature had coquettishly thrown over the charms that she had not hidden from the garnish li?ht of day. In the green lane, there was a soft, cooing sound troni the wood...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 18 July 1860

THE nmiMlTO WilMAtL, I Li. j if !r."' Is I: I; i i; v Raftsman's mtrital. 8. B. ROW, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA.,' JULY 18, 1860. . . for president, . ; : . HOTS. ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OP ILLINOIS. , TOR VICE PRESIDENT, . HON. HANNIBAL HAMLIN. r MAINE. . - FOR GOVERNOR, 1I0N. ANDREW O. CURTIN, of Centre Co. ,:. HARD BUN. ' The ntter impotence and paralysis Into which the once proud and powerful Democratic par ty has fallen, is evinced in many ways, but in none more strikingly than in the character of its falsehoods. Who does not remember what calumnies were heaped upon Clay and Harri son, upon Seward and Fremont great, heavy, black lies that bad venom and sting in them t But their stock in trade has run down very low, and now they are dealing out little, con temptible, picayune absurdities and notions! In the two months that have elapsed since the Republican National Convention met at Chica go, although every exertion has been made, they have not been able to trump up any more...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 18 July 1860

THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., JULY 18, 1860. Several mistakes were Inadvertently made last week in the list of Vigilance Committees. The list is now correct. ;: s ? , : " V .' Tail Clovsr. Mr. Isaac Thompson, of Lawrence township, left at oar office some of the tallest sort of clover one of tho stalks measuring 6 feet. IlABVESTDia. The farmers in this county are busy cutting their rye and wheat, and so far as we have been able to learn, the yield and quality of these cereals will be good. The hay crop is unusually large and good, and oats and corn have a promising appearance. Da. A. 31. Hills desires to notify his friends and patrons in the vicinity of New Washing Ion that be will visit that place on the week 'commencing 30th July. All persons desiring his services as a Dentist, will please call early in the week, so that arrangements may be made to accommodate all. 2t. . i - - . - - . . . 4 A Splendid Mineral Fountain. Loraino Jt Co., at their establishment on Market St., have a mi...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 18 July 1860

f it n 6 Mi iff? SB t i .5 1. i i-. 7 i ; if it I 1 1 '.0 j 5 ' v 33 "A '.J ' 1; I? A voting gentleman of our acquaintance aays he think joung ladies who refuse good offers of marriage are too "Ab-ing by hair. A popular preacher, who, like Orator Hen ley of old, does not object to the Introduction ot a joke into his sorroons, docs not confine his bon mots to the pnlpit. At, a jneet'J his supporters in behalf of the bu Id ng of a new chapel, the list of contributors being read over, there appeared auccewirely the names ol "Duke, Knight and King," the lat er down for five shillings. "Dear me !" exclaimed the preacher, "we bare got into grand company a duke, anight, and a king too! and the king has actually given his crown! what a liberal monarch " Directly after a Mr. Pig' was named as having given a guinea. "That,' said the clerical punster, "is a guinea pig." The Senators whose terms expire in 1861, and whose places are to be filled by the next Legislatures of their Statcs.arc Fitzp...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 25 July 1860

- -V- - r ' i ' BY S. B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1860. YOL. 6.-NO. 48. .ft-.- - lMll iTTT'-lHl THE STBUGGLE OF LIFE. 'What la life, father ?" "A battle, my child , Where the strongest hand may fail, Where the warieat eyo may be beguiled, And the atouteat heart may quail ; Where the foea are gathered on every hand, And reat not day nor night, And the feeble little ones must atand In the thickest of the fight. What ia death, father?" "The rest, my child, When the toil and strife are o'er ; The angel of God who, calm and mild, Say we need fight no more ; Who driveth away the demon band, Bids the din of battle cease, Takes the banner and spear from onr failing hand, And proclaims an eternal peace." Let me die, father ! I tremble, I fear To yield in that terrible strife." "The crown of heaven must be won, dear, , In the battle-field of life, Fear not, though thy foea be strong and tried, He loveth the weak and small ; The angels of heaven are on thy side. And Hod ia ove...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 25 July 1860

f mi iirfiteil 5 H0 ifi! Si 3I H Si f- vl 'Ml1 ' e :.! t ;tj f JS ! '3 y J r i . ."if; m ;)1 ' - ' villi II 3! ;.;1 i: ) m VA. $ If 1 ' .fi S. B. ROW, EIITOK ASD PIlOrBIETOTl. CLEARFIELD, PA., JULY 25, 1860. PUR FRESIDKST, , HON. ABBAIIAM LINCOLN, . . .OP ILLINOIS. -., , , . ; -. ron VICE PRESIDENT, HON. HANNIBAL HAMLIN. ' ". . i ; i , OF MAINE. j FOR GOVERSOa,' - . - ; HON. ANDREW G. CURTIN, of Centre Co. ' ; ; ; ! OtTB NEW NEIGHBORS.' ' '. The Clearfield Republican came out last week under tbe editorial management of Geo. 13. Goodlander tt Co., who say tbe paper "must bo improved in its appearance and its charac ter, in its influence and usefulness and we liavo no doubt that it will.; Politically, how ever, there is to bo no chango, it is to remain as thoroughly Democratic as ever; with the success of its party as , a paramount , object. In tbe present "disorganized and confused state of the Democracy, the new editors will have abundant opportunity to exercise their talents in . t...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 25 July 1860

till. THE JOURNALS1 "Clearfield, pa,, JULY25; isco. , , E.II.S. of Grampian Hi II. Yourgnext week. . A Meetiso, for the parpose of organizing a Lincoln & Curtin Club, will be held in the Town Hall this (Wednesday) evening at 8 o'clock., CUTSJames Forrest, Esq., of Clear field Bridge sent ns some specimens of tall oats. "They measure 5 feet 8 inches in length J-tbo head3 14 Inches." ' , "".. k . Dr. A. M. VLvlaa desires to notify his friends' and patrons in the vicinity of New Washing ton that he will visit that, place on the week commencing 30th July. . All persons desiring his services as a Dentist, will please call early in the' week, so that arrangements may bo made to accommodate all. '"""' ' Biblk Society. The next concert of poblic worship, In aid of the work of the Society now In hand, to wit t the exploration of the entire county, will be held in the Methodist church in this borough on Sabbath evening, 29th in stant, at 8 o'clock. The llcv. Dr. Aikin, of Tittsburg, will ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 25 July 1860

READ & REFLECT 1 THE DOUBLE-HEADED PABTY. SOUTHERN HEAD. For President Johs C. Bbkckixbidok, of Ky. For Vice President Joseph Lamb, of Oregon. . TBE1B PLATrOBM. . Resolved, That the platform adopted at Cmcin taati be affirmed, with the following resolutions : That the Democracy of the United fetates hold these cardinal principles on the subject of Slavery in the Territories : First, that Congress has no power to abolish Slavery the Territories ; sec ond, thatfut Territorial Legislature ha no power to abolish Slavery in any Territory, nor to prohib it the introduction of slaves therein, nor any pow er to exclude slavery therefrom, nor any power to destroy or impair the right of property in slares by any legislation whatever. Resolved, That the enactments of State Legisla tures to defeat the faithful execution of the Fugi tive Slave Law are hostile in character, subversive of the Constitution, and revolutionary in their effect. Resolved, That it is the duty of the Federal Governme...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 1 August 1860

"-V. ' ' - ' rm l ii t s ft 1 ii BY S. B. EOW: CLEARFIELD, PA , WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1800. VOL, 6.-JVO. 49. 1 ' ' . . ' . ' " ' . ' . iBiM(Mm COMETH A BLESSING DOWlf. Not to the man of dollars. , Not to the man of deeds, ' r Kot to the man of cunning, Not to the man of creed; Not for the on whose passion . Is for a world's renown, . Not in a form of fashion. Cometh a blessing down. Not unto land's expansion, Not to the miser's chest, , Not to the princely mansion, -Not to the blaxoned crest, Not to the sordid worldling, :- Not to the knavish clown, Not to the naughty tyrant, Cometh a blessing down. Not to the lolly blinded. Not to the steeped in shame, Not to the carnal-minded, Not to unholy fame ; Not in neglect of duty. Not in the monarch's crown," Not at the smile of beauty, " Cometh a blessing down.. Bat to the one whose spirit ' Yearns for the' great and good ; I nto the one whose storehouse YieMeth the hungry food ; : Unto the one who labors. 1 Fearless of foe or frown ; Unto ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 1 August 1860

ffiafteimm's journal 8. B. ROW, EDITOIl AND PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., AUG. 1, 1860. FOR PRESIDENT, HON. ABRA1TAM LINCOLN, OP ILLINOIS. ' " ' FOR VICE PRESIDE5T, HON. HANNIBAL HAMLIN. OP MAINE. POR GOVERNOR, IION. ANDREW O. CL'RTIN, of Centre Co. THE STATE CANVASS. , The canvass in Pennsylvania has been ac tively opened by Col. Curtin, our talented and ' popular candidate, who is now traversing the State and addressing the people at various points on the great political topics of the day. Wherever he appears be is received with en- ' thnsiasm, and his speeches are awakening the masses to (he importance of the contest. Of commanding presence and attractive personal appearance, an orator in every sense of the term, conversant with the political history of , the State and the Nation, and familiar with the business interests and wants of the coun try, be cannot fail to prodnce a favorable ef. feet upon the largo gatherings which he is called upon to address. Not can there be any doubt...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 1 August 1860

THE JOURNAL: CLEAKr;ELD;?A:, AUGUST, 1,1860. Home Tall Oats. Mr.' Robert Owens, of Lawrence township, sent to our office some oat stalks that are six feet one Inch in length tacads .bout 15 inches. lie has a couple a cres ol the "same sort."n Clearfield Covnrt Ba" At a mcet W of tho stockholders , of this institution, held In Clearfield borough on last Saturday, James T. Leonard, James B. Graham, Jona than Bojnton, Richard Shaw,' G. V. Reed, W. A. Wallace and Win. Porter were elected Di rectors of the Bank. - , . Look On There are in circulation in this Vicinity orders on the Crawfordsville, ; Logan s jxrrU and Xurthtrn Indiana R. R. Co., got up !n the shape of bank bills; which may be good noogb at homo, bnt are regarded as utterly worthless here, and will not pass at the coun ter of the Banking House. . Mb. S. M. Bailet, of Lawrence township, we are informed, on Tuesday of last week, mowed 2 acres of grass in 7 J hours. Who can beat that? " .: Mr. Baily has a fine prospect of good...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 1 August 1860

1W MWT mkwB A sailor, looking very serious in a chapel, was asked by the minister if he felt 'any change. . "Nary red," said Jack' One Jones who had been sent to prison for marrying two wires, excused himself by say V ing that when he had one she fought hira, but - when he got two they fought each other. A Lady making inquiries of a boy about his ' father.an intemperate man, who had been sick for some time, asked whether he had regain ed bis appetite. "No, ma'am," replied the hopeful, "not exactly his appetite is very poor, but his drinketite is as good as ever' Two Irishmen sat down to dine ori"a Yankee Slew; mey iikcu mi uuv wtu uuiumiga, nuiiu they were afraid to attack, not knowing what they were. At length one thought of trying the house-dog with a dumpling and according ly handed him oue piping hot. The animal burning his mouth at the first bite, set up a iDtvi nl hmrlinff onI iiAiTimpnpail hrnahinfF with U13U1B1 r. ling v ... v. " o , his fore-paw. "Oh bedad!" exclaimed the ,...

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